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group, too. the difference is that what the group in the united states did was protected. >> reporter: the school has produced hundreds of diplomats now serving the world over including tunisia, kosovo and malta. the current ambassador to syria, robert ford, he's also a graduate here. he's been called back to the u.s. because it's too dangerous there. >> for take lot of students thinking about going -- a lot of students thinking about going into this line of work, we realize this is a potential hazard of the job. >> reporter: these two students are in their final year of study at hopkins before joining the foreign service and say the killings have not changed their career plans. >> i know that libyans and americans alike were fighting in arms against the insurgents to fight away, but sometimes these things just happen. >> reporter: president obama has ordered that security be increased at every diplomatic post around the world. the professor says that may not be enough to guarantee the safety of our diplomats. >> the marines are there to protect the information. >> the marines' pri
this that have made september 11 the largest annual day of charitable activity in the united states. last year for the 10th anniversary, more than 33 million people took part in this national day of service and remembrance. >> there is no greater thing you can do than to sort of celebrate, you know, not only those lives, but the message of giving back to the community. >> in seat pleasant, kristin fisher, 9news now. >> they are marking the 9/11 anniversary with an afternoon of service at freedom plaza. city leaders gathered for service projects. >>> hundreds of egyptians staged a protest today at the u.s. embassy in cairo. they are ang over a movie being produced in the united states, they say insults the profit mohommed. those protesters made up of conservative islamists scaled the wall and burned the american flag. a lot of muslims consider any depiction to be offensive. >>> anticipation is growing over tomorrow's expected release of iphone 5. not only is it expected to boost apple's bottom line, an economist with j.p. morgan predicts the iphone 5 will add between a quarter and a half per
the united states in a very dangerous place because these demonstrations that we saw in benghazi and we saw in cairo we had demonstrations , very serious demonstrations in tunisia today, there were very strong demonstrations in yemen yesterday. we've had to send marines in there. we're also sending marines in to -- not large numbers -- but marines into libya. how far this thing is going to go and how long this is going to last, that's the thing that really concerns i think our foreign policy experts right now and you're right. it's what we're going to focus on sunday on face the nation. it's just you can't say yet how serious this is and how much deeper this is going to go. >> we'll hope the answer to that is not very serious and not too much deeper. bob, thank you so much. >> hope so. >>> well, medal or no medal everybody was a winner at the white house today. president obama saluted team america at the executive mansion. every olympic and paralympic athlete got a hands on congrats from the president himself. the first lady and vice president joe biden were also on hand for the celebration
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